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Luminescence: Emission of Light when Electrons return to the electronic ground state from an excited state and lose the energy as Photons. It is sometimes called cool light in contrast to Incandescence. Luminescent measurements take advantage of this type of light emitted from Luminescent agents.

Luminescence Lifetime Imaging of O2 with a Frequency-Domain-Based Camera System

1Marine Biological Section, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2Center for Electromicrobiology, Aarhus University, 3PCO AG, 4Climate Change Cluster, University of Technology Sydney, 5Aarhus University Centre for Water Technology, Section for Microbiology, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University

JoVE 60191

 Chemistry

The ATP Bioluminescence Assay

JoVE 5653

In fireflies, the luciferase enzyme converts a compound called luciferin into oxyluciferin, and produces light or “luminescence” as a result. This reaction requires energy derived from ATP in order to proceed, so researchers have exploited the luciferase-luciferin interaction to gauge ATP levels in cells. Given ATP’s role as the cell’s currency of…

 Cell Biology

Introduction to the Microplate Reader

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The microplate reader is a multimodal instrument that allows for a variety of experiments to be performed and measured simultaneously. Microplate readers can make absorbance, fluorescence and luminescence measurements. Multiwell plates are integral to the microplate reader and allow for many experiments to be performed at once. Regardless of the assay type, experiments…

 General Laboratory Techniques

Synthesis of Luminol- Concept

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Chemical reactions can be classified as endothermic or exothermic depending on whether the reactions absorb or release heat when they change to products. The difference in energy between reactants and products is known as the enthalpy of the reaction. This is found by calculating the difference in energies between the products and the reactants, or ΔH. If ΔH is positive, the reaction …

 Lab: Chemistry

An Introduction to Cell Metabolism

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In cells, critical molecules are either built by joining together individual units like amino acids or nucleotides, or broken down into smaller components. Respectively, the reactions responsible for this are referred to as anabolic and catabolic. These reactions require or produce energy typically in the form of a “high-energy” molecule called ATP. Together,…

 Cell Biology

An Overview of Gene Expression

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Gene expression is the complex process where a cell uses its genetic information to make functional products. This process is regulated at multiple stages, and any misregulation could lead to diseases such as cancer.

This video highlights important historical discoveries relating to gene expression, including the…

 Genetics
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